Entries Tagged as 'resiliance'
by Jay Heiser | August 29, 2012 | Comments Off
Replacing a button on one of my customer-facing shirts this weekend motivated some thoughts on resiliency. Why did the button fall off in the first place? It was sewn on by machine, a clever bit of automation that is based on interlocking threads from the top of the garment with threads from the bottom. It [...]
Category: risk management Tags: resiliance, resiliency
by Jay Heiser | July 4, 2012 | 3 Comments
I managed to miss the excitement of yet another weather-related disaster by being in Japan during the the derecho incident that knocked out power to approximately 3 million customers, including my parents in Ohio and our house in Virginia, 400 miles away. Another disaster that I just missed took place here in Japan, a major [...]
Category: Cloud risk management security Tags: data loss, failure, quality, resiliance, software, upgrades
by Jay Heiser | May 6, 2011 | Comments Off
It is easier to build a nuclear bomb shelter than it is to anticipate every stroke of the software butterfly’s wing that might cascade into a cloud data storm.
Category: Cloud risk management Tags: backups, BCP/DR, Cloud, cloud security, failure mode, recovery, resiliance, Security-Summit-NA